Dear colleagues, here is another good news from Sharjah: the string transport founder and general designer has recently had a yet another workshop meeting with Abu Dhabi government officials to elaborate on the options to deploy the string transport and infrastructure technology in the capital of the UAE.
Now, the Abu Dhabi Government is thoroughly studying various transport systems that may not only transport residents but also contribute to ambitious plans for tourism development, tourist flow attraction to newly built sights, and infrastructure facilities. The Louvre Abu Dhabi, a new cruise terminal, an amusement park, and an expanded airport are some of the few venues that need to be connected by convenient transport links to become accessible to the Emirate’s visitors.
According to experts from the government agencies of Abu Dhabi, the string technology is the best suited for this purpose, since it can provide tourists with affordable, environmentally friendly, comfortable, and safe transportation that meets all modern standards and requirements and will also enable the construction of a transport complex passing over the existing water arteries of the city, without significant changes in the architectural plan and relocation of communications.
For such a prosperous city as Abu Dhabi, the project cost is not a key issue, and never in the United Arab Emirates has quality and safety been sacrificed for cheapness, nevertheless, the string transport and infrastructure complex manifold cheaper cost compared to any of the existing transport solutions, also matters.
Along with the competitive price, the advantages of string technologies well known to RSW Systems investors stand out most clearly, which were considered by the representatives of the government of Abu Dhabi. Its specialists, together with the project’s representatives have identified three potential routes that are most in demand, primarily for the development of the tourism industry. The company’s engineers had already visited the potential route areas, examined the technical conditions for the construction of the string track, while its economists conducted a study of possible commercial indicators of operation on each of the routes based on data obtained from the government agencies. This has resulted in the presentation delivered with detailed calculations for each of the routes.
It has taken Abu Dhabi representatives more than two months to study the data given and decide on further actions to develop the string transport in the country’s capital. They have highly appreciated the job done by the specialists of the project. The construction of string tracks is to be discussed now at the highest level in the government of the Emirate, so it is expected to be quite the thing for the current fast-growing capital of the UAE.
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